The Division hosts research seminars with a mixture of internal and external speakers. We welcome guests from both within and outside the university.
All seminars take place at 1pm in room 4B128. We aim for a 2.30pm finish. A lunch of soup & sandwiches is provided.
Seminar Programme, Autumn 2010
|Wednesday 22 September||Dr Michael Gruening-European University Viadrina Frankfurt||How do Firm and Country Level Governance Mechanisms Affect Firms’ Disclosure?||KH|
|Wednesday 6 October||Dr Patrick Verwijmeren- Free University, Amsterdam||Convertibles and hedge funds as distributors of equity exposure.||CV|
|Wednesday 13 October||Dr Androniki Triantafylli - Manchester Business School, Manchester University||An investigation of MCS in the services industry: The case of shipping.||YT|
|Wednesday 20 October||Dr Pascal Nguyen - University of Technology, Sydney, Australia||Does ownership matter? Evidence of the effect of foreign investors on the risk-taking behaviour of Japanese firms.||IT|
|Wednesday 3 November||Professor Marc Goergen - Cardiff University||Insider Trading and Financing Constraints||YV-M|
|Wednesday 10 November||Professor Kevin McMeeking - University of Exeter Business School||The quality and quantity of reporting financial instruments under International Financial Reporting Standard 7 Financial Instruments: Disclosures||IF|
|Wednesday 1 December||Professor Seth Armitage - Edinburgh University||TBC||DD|
|Wednesday 8 December||Professor Chris Veld and Dr Yulia Veld-Merkoulova -Stirling Management School, University of Stirling||Chris - "Motives for the issuance of convertibles; the best 10 rock songs ever; the most bourgeois picture taken during a research leave"|